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More fighting at St. Louis. conflict in the streets. soldiers and Citizens Shot down!!! Great Excitement — Proclamation from Gen. Harney, &c. St. Louis, May 12.--Another tragedy occurred here last night. The Home Guards, while marching through the streets, were followed by a crowd of citizens, who hissed and hooted them, when a boy discharged a pistol in their rear. The company fired upon the crowd. The whole column was then thrown into confusion, breaking ranks and firing down their own line as well as the crowd on the sidewalks. Four soldiers and four citizens were killed, and as many wounded. The most fearful excitement prevailed. Gen. Harney issued a proclamation expressing his regret at such a state of things. He says the military under his command will only be used in the last extremity, and he hopes not to be compelled to resort to martial law. To avoid excitement, the regulars will be used to aid the local authorities. The surrender of Camp
Arrival of the North Star. Bloody Battle! New York, May 12.--The steamer North Star, from Aspinwall brings Panama papers of the 4th instant. General Gustieweros gained a victory over the Government forces at Tanja, new Grenada. The battle lasted two days. The Government forces had 400 killed, including General Carrel. Aregena escaped
From Annapolis. Annapolis, May 12.--A messenger sent by Gov. Hicks to Gov. Letcher has returned from Richmond. He says that the Virginians expected 30,000 Confederate troops by Thursday last. Gen. Butler, with 30 men and 2 pieces of cannon, left this afternoon for some important secret service, going in the direction of Baltimore.
Troops for Virginia. Charleston, May 12.--The Brooks Guard, Capt. Burnett Rhett, eighty-five strong, left tonight for Richmond. They will join Colonel Kershaw's regiment.